Paula Wolfert

The Cooking of South-West France


Heralded as one of the best cookbooks of all time, The Cooking of South-West France is an inspiring exploration of the gastronomic delights of one of France's most extraordinary regions. Both extraordinarily simple and intensely rich and complex, the cooking of rural France makes creative comfort foods with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Features over 150 recipes for everything from sorrel omelettes and scallops in tangerine sauce to Pyrenees-style roast figs and brioche.

Hard cover with black and white illustrations throughout.

Edition: 1983.

Condition: Beautiful sunbleached vintage, with some tears on the dust jacket.

Measures ~8"x10". 356 pages.